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#20daysofgiveaways Day 16: Monkey Mccoy Tutu


It's day 16 of our #20daysofgiveaways feature and today we are giving away a Bob & Blossom Tutu from Monkey Mccoy! This gorgeous tutu by Bob & Blossom is great for Christmas, parties and everyday loveliness. It's made from layer upon layer of fantastic lurex chiffon frill. Available in sizes from newborn to 8 years this fabulous tutu is perfect for all little and big girls. The lucky winner will be able to choose colour of choice.

Every little girl loves to dress up and pretend to be a princess don't they? Pair the tutu up a cute top and glittery shoes for extra cuteness and they will be the star of the room! 


Oh and just to let you know Monkey Mccoy have a fantastic range of baby and toddler toys, gifts and clothes which are definitely worth checking out. I may have sneakily added a few too many items to Amelia's Christmas present pile! 

How to enter

To be in with the chance of winning a gorgeous tutu from Monkey Mccoy all you need to do is enter via the rafflecopter below. It's as easy as that! The giveaway will close on December 24th so I can announce the winner on Christmas eve. Good luck!

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65 comments

  1. We go see a Pantomime on christmas eve

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  2. We started Elf on the shelf this year

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  3. we can't decorate the tree or open presents without listening to the original Christmas album that Mummy had when she was a little girl

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  4. We have an Elf on the Shelf this year so will continue with him!

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  5. New pjs and a stocking on the mantle piece. My daughters are only 2 weeks and 20 mths old so need to read through other people's and pinch some fun ideas

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  6. New pjs and a stocking on the mantle piece. My daughters are only 2 weeks and 20 mths old so need to read through other people's and pinch some fun ideas

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  7. we usually make home made mince pies for xmas dinner

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  8. Christmas Day on Christmas Eve so that the stepchildren can spend the day with their Mum

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  9. a present from Mrs Claus on Christmas eve and we have started elf on the shelf this year

    Ashleigh

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  10. We always go to the Christingle service before coming home and having a hot chocolate and putting on our new pyjamas

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  11. Hannah Lawrence (Lewenstein)17 December 2013 at 07:58

    We have started making a personalized ballball every year for my daughter, this year we did one with a cute handprint :)

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  12. We make a new decoration for the tree every year and we always go to pizza hut on xmas eve!

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  13. I let the kids open a present on Christmas eve which is always new PJ's

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  14. We go to church on Christmas Eve then onto a family party where we track Father Christmas, as he gets closer we get ready to leave an go to bed where we leave out the goodies for the big man and the reindeers in their new pjs!

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  15. Hang up Christmas stockings on Xmas eve

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  16. We have a chocolate off the tree.

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  17. the kids open a present each on christmas eve and pull a cracker
    (kim Neville)

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  18. we have a Christmas eve box full of goodies (sweet treats, hot chocolate, marshmellows, crumpets etc) and then a new dvd to watch that night and also new pjs for us all x

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  19. family walk on the beach Christmas morning

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  20. We've been to Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park for the last three years and are starting the Christmas Eve basket tradition this year xx

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  21. We're starting our own Christmas traditions now we have our own little boy though we're not quite sure what traditions we'll be starting yet, lol.

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  22. We always put satsumas in the kids stocking along with their gifts, my mum did it with me when I was small, was hoping to get an elf on the shelf this year but couldn't source one anywhere so will have to do that next year now

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  23. We open one present each, late on Christmas Eve...

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  24. We make special muffins and read the Christmas Story from the Gospels as a family, then we open presents one at a time. I also plan to continue the tradition in my family of making a birthday cake for Jesus.

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  25. we always do a handmade gift for the stocking

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  26. Our tradition is to open pressies after lunch, and we'll certainly be keeping that one alive. We are thinking of starting a new tradition of giving new PJ's to our little one on Xmas eve, and maybe 'Elf on the Shelf' next year (if I can find one cheaper!)

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  27. stories in new pajamas on Christmas eve

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  28. Starting a new one - Christmas Eve boxes :)

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  29. Christmas curry on Christmas eve and stocking with satsuma

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  30. we have a christmas elf and hamper he leaves on christmas eve. We also all have stockings, even the great grandparents!

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  31. stockings, make christmas cake, listen to christmas music while putting the tree up, putting out collection of nibbles in glass dishes for everyone who visits over the christmas period on christmas eve - sweets, nuts, chocolates, dates, clementines, snack biscuits.

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  32. We have so many but this year we will start a new tradition of going to the sea on Christmas Day to shout Merry Christmas to Baby Tilda x

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  33. We dont have many but we went to thomas land for christmas time at thomas land this year and it was lovely so maybe make that a tradition for a couple of years til they get too old!

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  34. New Christmas Eve PJs and a bacon sarnie breakfast on Christmas morning x

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  35. We have poppyseed cake and we always put some special decorations on the tree.

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  36. my granny always made me a gingerbread house for me so I am now making one for my daughter every year :)

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  37. my mum always kept little decorations we made in school and put them up every year even until we were adults. iv started saving all my kids homemade decorations :)

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  38. We always used to have small presents in pillow cases on Christmas morning. My in-laws do the same and my mother in law sewed my name onto a pillow case for when we spend Christmas at theirs so that I felt included :) So lovely.

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  39. Each of the kids is allowed to open one small present before they go to bed on Christmas Eve. Amazingly this results in them sleeping soundly till a decent hour in the morning

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  40. I'll be making lots of new traditions this year as its my daughters first! starting with Christmas Jumpers :)

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  41. We always have an early present from the angel on the tree.

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  42. We always have a present from the tree on Christmas Eve.

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  43. We always have a crib under the christmas tree just like we did when we were children growing up

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  44. Starting new ones this year with new pjs on Christmas Eve and pillow case of little pressies by the bed

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  45. We spend Christmas Eve with our Italian family and share in their traditions(mostly food based)

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  46. This year we have started to do Elf on a shelf. Only heard about it recently, lots of fun!

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  47. everyone in the family gets a Terry's Chocolate Orange without fail every year.

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  48. Past 4 years we've spend Christmas morning at my mom's. We eat a huge breakfast and the kids get to tear into their gifts.

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  49. We always use the same decorations made frm school

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  50. our children get their own special christmas tree bauble every year

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  51. the whole family meets up on boxing day at my nans :-)

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  52. I buy each of my grandchildren a christmas ornament to go on the tree each year (which I sign & date),

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  53. The smallest family member always puts the star on top of the tree, always been the way since my mum was a little girl :)

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  54. Not really, when my daughter was small we put up the tree on her birthday, Dec 1, and I do like an early morning dog walk to start off Christmas day.

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  55. laura jayne bates19 December 2013 at 20:44

    always new pjamas for xmas

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  56. we open our prezzies after dinner

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  57. We buy small gift / s, as well as main gift. So that everyone gets a 'Surprise' at Christmas. Sometimes it is a funny or joke item, something to get a reaction. Whilst we also buy gifts for Christmas for the pets (animals). The pet owner or householder gets to open the pet presents for their pet. (If not beaten to it by the pet). Friend put cat treat under Christmas tree, well the cat managed to help himself.
    I think I might start stocking up a treats basket for Christmas. Just like you mentioned on your blog. As it can be such a busy time of year, that all treats would be welcome :- in order to relax, Rest and Recuperate.

    Rachel Craig

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  58. We take a few presents each round to my in laws and sit around the tree taking turns to open them, its lovely to watch everyone else enjoying their gifts.

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  59. we always put reindeer dust in front garden then pjs and xmas movie before bed

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  60. We have lots of routines & traditions which make it feel like Christmas & I'm passing them all on to my own children now.

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